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Understanding the regimented design of the human proteome

Scientists discuss the rigorous standards followed for proteome identification by the Human Proteome Project.

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Novel AI-based algorithms on well-known physics can speed up technology

 Researchers have sped up the study of light-matter interaction on specially-engineered surfaces.

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New technology could reduce delayed diagnosis and help differentiate malaria parasite species for effective treatment

Researchers use proteomics & machine learning to identify group of proteins to gauge severity of malaria

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A microscopic understanding of materials can widen the scope of their applications

Researchers study the relationship between geometry and isotropy to enhance 3D printing.

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Insights from Optics for Better Thermoelectric Devices

New design in thermoelectric devices can increase both output power and efficiency

A significant problem in electronic devices is the generation of heat during their operation. This phenomenon not only leads to the wastage of electric power but can also damage the device. Thermoelectric materials, which convert heat to electricity and vice versa, can be used to turn the generated heat back into electricity, thereby saving power and avoiding overheating of the device.

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Decoding Dried Stains

Shape of dried paint or ink deposit is related to the concentration and size of particles in these colloids

Ever wondered why we use only specific inks for the inkjet printer? Why not any random dye? The wrong ink may result in non-uniform and patchy printing. Printing inks are colloids—tiny solid particles suspended in a liquid. The size and the concentration of the solid particles in the ink specified for printers are designed to deposit uniformly on paper.

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Nanocarbon Florets to Treat Industrial Effluents

Researchers design a new material for removing heavy metal contaminants from water in a single step

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`An Inexpensive Approach to Patterning Cells in a Lab

Researchers propose cost-effective techniques of making microcontact printing stamps to print protein and grow cells

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Prof R B Sunoj from IIT Bombay awarded the Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar Prize 2019 for his research on organic chemical reactions

Prof Raghavan B Sunoj of the Department of Chemistry of the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay has received the 2019 Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar Prize by Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR). The prize recognizes his outstanding contributions for providing molecular level insights on organic reaction mechanisms.

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New Possibilities for Nano-sized Optical Filters

Tailoring two-dimensional nano-materials into optical filters and thermoelectric devices possible, suggest theoretical studies.

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